om-manager 0.1.0 released
openmoko at mazikeen.demon.co.uk
Sat Dec 20 19:58:15 CET 2008
You probably need Python 2.x as 3.0 has some major changes which cause code
written for 2.x to fail. IIRC the print syntax is one of those changes.
Follow the link if you want to see the details.
On Saturday 20 December 2008, Yorick Moko wrote:
> I installed python 3.0 on windows xp (sp3) from
> but when i try to run it I get
> File "F:\temp\dist\om-manager\app\run.py", line 78
> print usage
> SyntaxError: invalid syntax
> I'm probably doing something wrong.
> On Sat, Dec 20, 2008 at 4:53 PM, Ilja O. <vrghost at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hello.
> > I'm happy to announce that I've finally managed to push out 0.1.0 version
> > of om-manager.
> > Om-manager is host computer-based Freerunner controlling utility.
> > Currently it's able to flash Freeruner smartphone (dfu-util required),
> > get logs, backup filesystem parts (to archive file on host computer) also
> > it implements simple opkg package manager and remote control via VNC
> > (x11vnc package on phone is required). All functionality (except
> > Flashing) is implemented trough SSH connection and does not require any
> > extra programs installed on phone itself (except ones that are needed to
> > perform specefied tasks, e.g. vnc server or opkg utility). Whole
> > application is pure Python.
> > Project home: http://code.google.com/p/om-manager/
> > Please, if somebody is willing to check it -- do it. I would be really
> > happy to see any feedback from any other people -- about usability,
> > functionality or coding style.
> > It took me quite a while to do it, but have a mercy -- I'm doing it
> > alone.
> > I've personally used it on Windows, Linux and OSX. So I guess they can be
> > defined as "officially supported operating systems".
> > Thank you.
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